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APPENDIX B MANAGEMENT OF IIS AND MSDE
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It s also possible to configure the web server to work with SSL certificates, in order to enable secure communication between the server and the client. SSL was created by Netscape, and is designed to run between the root level of communication over the Web (TCP), and the application-level communication (HTTP). An SSL-enabled server and an SSL-enabled client can authenticate each other and establish an encrypted connection. You may be familiar with this process if you ve ever purchased anything online. By default, your browser will warn you whenever you switch between secure and unsecure connections. When you re in a secure area, you ll see a padlock icon somewhere in the window. Here are examples of this icon in Mozilla Firefox (left) and Internet Explorer (right):
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SSL uses public key cryptography to establish a secure connection between the client and the server. The server side of the connection must be equipped with an SSL certificate. These are available from various vendors. A good explanation of public key cryptography can be found at http://www.sun.com/ blueprints/0801/publickey.pdf.
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Note For more information about IIS authentication, see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/
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We ve examined some of the options available for the site-wide configuration of IIS. Now let s explore how you can specify properties that apply to an individual application. To set an application s properties, right-click the virtual directory for that application and select Properties. You ll see the Properties dialog box for that directory. The Virtual Directory tab, shown in Figure B-4, has several settings that you can alter.
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Figure B-4. Properties for a web application
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Setting Application Permissions
The Local Path section contains check boxes that determine the basic permissions for your application: Script source access: Determines whether the client can view the source code for server-side applications. This is normally left unchecked, because it s unlikely that you ll want to allow users to view your source code. Note that this permission can be set only if Read or Write permission is also set. Read: Enables browsers to read or download files in the virtual directory. This option should be left checked for published web applications. Unchecking it will mean that clients requesting the page will see an error message. Write: Allows users to create or modify files within the directory. In most situations, this should be left turned off. Directory browsing: Allow users to browse the contents of a directory. This is a useful feature when you re working with an application that contains many files. In most cases, however, it s recommended that you leave this turned off on production sites in order to hide as much of your site as possible from prying eyes.
APPENDIX B MANAGEMENT OF IIS AND MSDE
Log visits: Logs user activity. This is a good idea when you want to track users. Index this resource: Indexes the directory. Indexing your virtual directory speeds up searches on your system.
Choosing Application-Specific Settings
In the Application Settings section of the application s Properties dialog box, you can set the Application Name (this text box in the IIS dialog box will be empty if you created the application through the Web Sharing tab on the folder properties, rather than through this IIS management console). In the bottom-right area of the Application Settings section is a button marked Configuration. Click this button to open the Application Configuration dialog box, shown in Figure B-5. This dialog box contains some options that are specific to this application, including the mappings of file extensions to the ISAPI DLLs that handle each extension. Looking through this list, you ll see several file extensions that you recognize, but many more that you ll probably never have to worry about. It s actually possible to remove some of these file extensions from IIS (or just from an application), and in some circumstances doing so can aid security.
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